b'BelizeBirding in Belize Belize, boasting over 590 bird species, offers an unparalleled paradise for birdwatchers. The country hosts a mix of resident species and migratory birds seeking refuge from North Americas winter. Immerse yourself in the breathtaking wildlife of Belize as you explore lush jungles and the azure landscapes of the Caribbean. At Crooked Tree Lagoon, a premier birding site, encounter over 300 bird species, along with fascinating crocodiles, iguanas, and turtles. The vibrant sunset over the lagoon adds to the enchanting experience.Delve into the rich history of Belize at the ancient ruins of Caracol and Lamanai, where Mayan ingenuity unfolds amidst the potential sighting of the Scarlet Macaw. La Milpas forests reveal treasures like Orange-breasted Falcons and Keel-billed Toucans, while nighttime brings the possibility ofencountering Mottled and Spectacled Owls. Raptors such as the CommonBlack Hawk and Ornate Hawk-Eagle grace the skies. The regions hummingbirds, including the Crowned Woodnymph and Azure-crowned Hummingbird, add a touch of enchantment, while woodpeckers like the Lineated Woodpecker enhance the birding experience. The vibrant colors of the Crimson-collared Tanager and Green Honeycreeper further enrich the tapestry of Belizes birding wondersITINERARY7 nights| Arrivals Belize International Airport; drive to Tres Leguas area,2 nights; drive to San Ignacio area, 3 nights; drive to Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary, 2 nights; departures.Post-tour extension to South Water Caye, 3 nightsHIGHLIGHTSAt La Milpa, situated in the Rio Bravo Conservation and Management Area, experience how conservation and sustainable managementprotects biodiversity and the complex web of life in the Tropical RainforestExplore the Mayan ruins of Caracol and LamanaiEnjoy the diverse wildlife, stunning natural landscapes and mesmerizing sunsets of Crooked Tree Lagoon - the top neotropical birding site in Belize - renowned for more than 300 species of birds, and wildlife such as crocodiles, iguanas and turtlesTwo included lectures on Belizes sustainability and conservation efforts1 Naturalist Birding Guide per 8 birders; 2 guides for 9-14 birders Prices Starting From:$3,899 per personGroup Size: 14 birders plus 1 host Season: January-DecemberAccommodations: La Milpa Ecolodge, Table Rock Lodge, Birds Eye View Lodge Birding Culture NatureConservation HistoryWildlifeContact Us|journeys@conservancytravel.org 13'